XLD Cyclone dust collector
The XLD-type cyclone dust remover has the characteristics of low resistance, high efficiency, high wind handling, low metal consumption, simple structure, convenient maintenance, small investment in small land area, low energy consumption, low cost and easy to install, fast efficiency, and no fragile parts. The larger specific gravity particles are thicker dust and have a higher trapping ability. The dust removal equipment is not limited by the concentration of dust in the entrance. According to the dust concentration, dust particles can be used as primary dust removal or single-stage dust removal respectively. Corrosive dust gas and high temperature dust gas can also be captured and recovered.
The XLD cyclone dust collector is a type of dust removal device. The removal mechanism is to make the dusty air flow rotate. By means of centrifugal force, the dust particles are separated from the air flow and captured on the wall of the device, and then the dust particles fall into the ash bucket by means of gravity. The cyclone dust collector can be divided into two types according to the air flow entry mode. Under the same pressure loss, the latter can treat about 3 times the former gas, and the air flow is evenly distributed. The general cyclone dust collector consists of a cylinder, a cone and an inlet and an exhaust pipe. Cyclones are simple in structure, easy to manufacture, install and maintain, and are less expensive to invest in and operate. They are widely used to separate solid and liquid particles from air currents or from liquids. Under normal operating conditions, the centrifugal force acting on the particles is 5 to 2500 times that of gravity, so the efficiency of the cyclone dust collector is significantly higher than that of the gravity settling chamber. Most of them are used to remove particles above 3 μm, and parallel multi-pipe cyclone precipitators also have 90 to 99 % dust removal efficiency for particles of 3 μm. Whirlwind precipitators constructed of special metal or ceramic materials that are resistant to high temperature, wear and corrosion can be operated at temperatures up to 1000 °C and pressures up to 500 × 105 Pa. From the technical and economic aspects, the control range of pressure loss of cyclone precipitators is generally 500 to 2000 Pa.